2011 Yamaha Raptor 125 vs. 2011 Pitster Pro FXR 125R

24 Апр 2015 | Author: | Комментарии к записи 2011 Yamaha Raptor 125 vs. 2011 Pitster Pro FXR 125R отключены
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The Pitster is outfitted with reservoir equipped shocks and rear. The shocks feature compression, and rebound adjustment and 8.0 inches of travel up front 9.0 out The Raptor features five-way adjustable shocks controlling 7.5 of front travel, and 7.9 at the rear.

machines offer individually front and rear hydraulic brakes. The feature packed FXR dual piston front steel braided brake and a wave style rear The FXR also comes with a designed reverse facing pedal.

On the Pitster Pro, is provided by 19x6x10 front and rear Carlisle tires. The are wrapped around lightweight rims. These tires the industry standard in youth for years. The Raptor’s 19x6x10 and 18x9x8 rear Maxxis were created specifically for the

They are quickly becoming the new in youth ATV racing, especially for and above machines. While rear tires are identical in diameter, the Yamaha’s Maxxis are actually over an inch plus notably wider. outfitted the Raptor with a set of aluminum wheels.

The Yamaha with plastic chassis and skid plates, a lightweight bumper, and the normal footpeg and guard setup. The Pitster Pro a full length chassis plate. The swingarm features a aluminum sprocket guard and rotor guard. The Pitster Pro with nerf bars and guards. Our dealer removed the guards prior to us picking up the due to their awkward hinged

The heel guards have to be up to kick-start the engine.

The FXR measures in at 45 in width; five inches then the 40 inch wide The Yamaha has a 43.7 inch compared to the Pitster at 43 inches. The has a 28.1 inch seat while the Pitster sits a bit at 29 inches.

At 244 pounds wet, the Pro is 55 pounds lighter then the Raptor.

Shootout Details

Our riders of 17-year-old former two-time National Champion Alex 300cc four-… motocross Justin Flaugher, and 85cc and class dirt bike Melanie Strode.

Out shootout place at Big Rock Off-Road and Earlywine Indoor Motocross, located in Maysville, Ky. We laid out a cross country loop at Big which consisted of several speed straights, several climbs with a challenging section, and one long descent. At our riders put the 125s to the test on the track, then rated machine in detail.

We also ran motos as the ultimate test of

The Pitster Pro wins the engine in terms of all out power. It’s louder and freer flowing aid the FXR in producing a broad strong The Pitster produced a bit more and notably more midrange easily pulling the Raptor on hills and holeshots.

In top-end the Pitster tied with the It is possible that its top-end has more to do with the transmission’s ratios than actual RPM power.

When it came to performance, the Pitster gave up ground. Although it could pull a high gear, the of the close ratio four made finding the ideal more difficult, as we discovered in the section at Earlywine’s. It took a bit effort to click through the One rider noted that, neutral at the bottom of the shifting is hard to get used to.”

The Pitster’s engine tied the in overall effectiveness, and a good transmission would have put it the top. As it is, the FXR gives up six tenths of a to the Raptor in overall engine

The Raptor’s engine is strong and pulling well throughout the RPM It has good low-end torque, a seamless midrange, and you can rev the guts out of it. It hang with the Pitster but gives up some midrange in trade for a quieter yet more exhaust.

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